Using WMIC in PowerShell to export more than one column

From the PowerShell, I am trying to create a listing of each drive along with the name (Physical Disk Id).

I am able to do this separately by running each of these commands:

wmic diskdrive get serialnumber

wmic diskdrive get name

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However, what I would like to do is have this return as a single output with two columns.  One column with SerialNumber and the other with Name.
Does anyone know how to merge these?

Many Thanks!
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oBdACommented:
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_DiskDrive | Select-Object SerialNumber, Name

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oBdACommented:
On a side note: if you insist on using wmic, you can supply a list of properties to get, but the commas in the list need to be escaped:
If you insist on using wmic, you can supply a list of properties to get, but the commas need to be escaped:
wmic.exe diskdrive get serialnumber`, name

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